4 best Shark Tank India pitches that got money from all Sharks

Linda D. Garrow

Shark Tank India has been the talk of town for a while now. The season finale aired last week and we still can’t get over it. During the show, many startups pitched their business ideas and backed a deal. The Sharks invested their money in different interesting business ideas. Some of them were real problem-solving ones, while others were big in terms of money.

There were 7 Sharks on Shark Tank India: Ashneer Grover, Peyush Bansal, Aman Gupta, Anupam Mittal, Namita Thapar, Vineeta Singh and Ghazal Alagh.

Each Shark looked for his or her area of interest and invested money accordingly.

For some businesses, the Sharks had to negotiate, while for others, they waved a red flag soon after hearing the pitch. Then there were those business ideas that impressed all the Sharks. A handful of lucky ones received investment from all the Sharks. Now you might be wondering what these out-of-the-world business ideas are.

A total of 4 pitches managed to get investment from all the Sharks.

We have the list right here.



We have all enjoyed ice pops in childhood. And we secretly love them as adults too. Well, this is not a new business, but Sharks found it investable.

Skippi Pops’s Ice Pops managed to get all the Sharks in the tank for Rs 1 crore investment in exchange for 15% equity. The investment and equity share will be equally distributed among all the Sharks.


Find Your Kicks India is a company that resells sneakers in India. The Sharks found it a booming industry and decided to invest. The pitch received Rs 50 lakh for 25% equity.


This was one of the astonishing business ideas. IN A CAN provides cocktails in a can just like a soft drink. So that you can enjoy a cocktail any time, anywhere. The company also offers many different flavours. This unusual business idea grabbed everyone’s attention as well as money.

This pitch received Rs 1 crore for 10% equity.


ECG is a common medical test that helps diagnose abnormalities in the functioning of the heart at an early stage. Sunfox Technologies invented a portable ECG device that the patient can use at home. This device can help many prevent irreversible heart ailments by making an early diagnosis.

The portable device received a total investment of Rs 1 crore for 6% equity from all the Sharks.

Which one is the best business idea according to you?


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